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Ryan Kelly Berkowitz is credited in two different ways, as Ryan Kelly Berkowitz in the opening credits, and as Ryan K. Berkowitz in the closing credits. See more »
HOW MANY PEOPLE HAVE YOU TOLD THIS TO?
DON'T! EVER! DO YOU UNDERSTAND ME? Don't ever talk like this around ANYBODY! Jesus Christ, if Dad ever heard this shit, he'd bury you in the basement.
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I was desperately looking for a movie to rent one day. Somehow I stumbled across Dorian Blues. On the cover, it said it would be a favorite of the Napoleon Dynamite crowd. That made me think that the movie was going to be a little ridiculous. To my surprise it was a very good movie. I liked it so much that I had to watch it over and over again. I thought it was a very, very funny movie. All my friends loved it. Even the guys loved it. That is definitely saying a lot! Michael McMillian was the perfect choice for that part. Steve Fletcher was great as the father. His character was so mean that it was hilarious. I would recommend that all comedy fans watch this movie at least once. Hopefully you'll love it too.
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